Lawmakers passed 574 bills this year, setting a record, and most of those new laws will go into effect on Tuesday, 60 days after the end of the short legislative session.

Men in Utah dominate in fields such as computers and mathematics, architecture, engineering and management, according to research done by the Utah Department of Workforce Services. By contrast, women dominate in fields such as personal care and service, education and office and administrative support — all lower-paying jobs than the male-dominated fields.

The 150-year Golden Spike anniversary celebrates more than a historic railroad. This year, Utah’s Golden Spike festival focuses on the improvements the railroad made for all Americans, especially minority groups.

See also Utah’s high-tech corridor experiences growing pains What’s on the horizon, and what’s worth investing in for Utah’s future? Sid Krommenhoek’s main objection at Peaks Ventures is to distinguish just that. With an office just north of the Riverwoods and headquarters in Lehi, this venture capital firm, created in 2014, seeks to gauge the […]